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1. The world's most powerful institutions conduct and apply research on a grand scale; this is what makes them powerful. But most people and organizations are clueless about the capabilities ARMs entail, let alone how to avail them. But ARMs for the Rest of Us encompasses articles, lessons, stories and interactive exercises to bring you the insights and benefits derived from knowledge application.
2. Men and women at work: Do not lose heart. Help is here. Intelligence can prevail. Even in organizations. For a fraction of the cost of traditional management consulting, Applied Research Mentoring helps you gain the knowledge and understanding to address problems and seize opportunities. And all the while you're building your capabilities -- not theirs).
5. Bio +. As time permits, I try to provide material and sources that are not an affront to sensibilities. Intelligence, as such, provides intrinsic as well as extrinsic rewards.
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Learning How to Learn is the high-value-added meta-skill that provides a perpetually replenishing well not only of education, but of innovation, insight and intelligence. It's like the wish you would make from the proverbial genie in a bottle if not for the fabled rule's “ixnay on the wish for more wishes” provision. If you know how to learn, you don't only get to learn three things; you keep learning continuously as long as you live. ...
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- 1] President Dwight D. Eisenhower's warning in his Farewell Address of the growing power of the military industrial complex is fairly widely known, but his other parting warning in that speech is practically lost to history: "… in holding scientific research and discovery in respect, as we should, we must also be alert to the equal and opposite danger that public policy could itself become the captive of a scientific-technological elite."
- 2] An adaptation of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln's concluding plea in his eulogy of Union soldiers after the battle of Gettysburg. See also, our Declaration of Intelligence.